Law firm Stephens Scown has announced an 8% growth in turnover for the last financial year.
Over the past year, the firm recruited 18 partners, associates and solicitors, making for a total of 22 new staff across all business areas.
Recent major matters include acting for Wolf Minerals, which has secured £75 million funding to reopen its tungsten and tin project at Hemerdon Mine near Plymouth, and Cornish Orchards in its £3.8 million sale to Fuller’s Brewery.
Managing partner, Robert Camp, said: “We are obviously delighted that through our client service endeavours, we are achieving such healthy growth. I am personally delighted that staff are rewarded for this success with a bonus, as well as the knowledge that they are part of a growing and well-respected Cornish firm.”
Stephens Scown has over 40 partners and 230 staff across its offices in Exeter, Truro and St Austell.